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Noguez, Salari, McNeill Arrested on Conspiracy, Bribery and Other Charges

Note: Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will have several additional updates regarding the arrest of Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, Property Tax Agent Ramin Salari, and Assessor Appraiser Mark McNeil…

County Assessor John Noguez Arrested In Corruption Investigation

County Assessor John Noguez Arrested In Corruption Investigation

  Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez was arrested Wednesday following a corruption probe by the District Attorney. Noguez and others connected to his office were arrested on bribery and…

ASSESSOR JOHN NOGUEZ ARRESTED

District Attorney Steve Cooley will announce the arrest of Assessor John Noguez and others and the charges against them at a 10:30 a.m. press conference TODAY, October 17. The Press…

Huntington Park Cuts Ties With Leal Law Firm

Huntington Park Cuts Ties With Leal Law Firm

(Editor’s Note: Last UPDATED at 1 a.m. Wednesday) By Brian Hews and Randy Economy Within hours after a published report by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper that outlined specific details of…

Huntington Park Taxpayers Could Pay for Noguez Legal Expenses

Huntington Park Taxpayers Could Pay for Noguez Legal Expenses

By Brian Hews and Randy Economy Examination of the Attorney Francisco Leal’s contract reveals pricey loophole. The contract can be found at the end of this article. Huntington Park –…

Transient charged with breaking into West Hollywood home of Frances Cobain

LOS ANGELES – A 22-year-old transient was charged today with breaking into the Hollywood Hills home of Frances Cobain, daughter of the later singer Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, the…

Entire Huntington Park City Council To Be Served Recall Notices Monday

By Brian Hews The entire Huntington Park City Council will be served with official recall notices on Monday night by a group of longtime residents and business owners, Los Cerritos…

Residents Sound Off on Council Decision on Goodwill Store

Residents Sound Off on Council Decision on Goodwill Store

[feedback] [feedback_trend] 46 votes as of 12:00 noon 10/16/12. 65% Yes, 35% No   The following are comments left on loscerritosnews.net pertaining to the Goodwill store.   Dear Editor: I have…

Kaiser Study: Romney/Ryan Medicare Voucher System Would Mean Higher Premium Costs

Kaiser Study: Romney/Ryan Medicare Voucher System Would Mean Higher Premium Costs

Courtesy of the Kaiser Foundation and the Hill Converting Medicare to a voucher system would raise premiums for more than half of seniors, assuming they keep their current healthcare plans,…

Santa Fe Springs Bumble Bee Tuna Worker Cooked To Death

A 62-year-old employee at a Santa Fe Srpings packing factory was “cooked to death in a machine used to make tinned tuna.” Safety officials said Jose Melena, 62, was accidentally…